ERICK AVARI (Anderson)
spent his childhood in Darjeeling, a mystically beautiful Himalayan town in
northern Indian, which uniquely prepared him for a career that has taken him
from the cricket field to outer space and back several times.
Erick Avari's film
credits include leading roles in films from Kevin Reynold's cult classic The
Beast of War, as well as Planet of the Apes, Stargate, Independence
Day and The Mummy. His comedic skills have landed him starring roles
in For Love or Money and Woody Allen's only television film, Don't
Drink the Water. His upcoming projects include Michael Meredith's Three
Days of Rain, which premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival and Daredevil,
starring Jennifer Garner and Ben Affleck.
A lengthy theatrical
background has garnered Avari critical acclaim for roles at the Joseph Papp
Public Theatre in New York City, including his portrayal of Vasquez in "Tis
Pity She's A Whore," and the Broadway hit "The King And I." He
has had the pleasure of performing in some of the most prestigious regional
theatres in the country including The Guthrie Theatre in Minneapolis, Chicago's
Goodman Theatre and the Cleveland Playhouse, playing roles such as the King in
"King Lear" and Joseph Smith in the Mabou Mines production of
"The Morman Project."
His recent television
credits include "The Education of Max Bixford," "The West
Wing," "Law and Order," "Enterprise" and a host
of movies of the week.
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